What is a drover?
A drover was somebody who drove herds of livestock over distances. We're not talking about a farmer driving sheep from one pasture to another; we're talking about cowboys driving cattle across entire states, usually to wind up in a stockyard someplace. You often hear phrases in cowboy movies like "well Marshall, there's a bunch o' drovers comin' in hear at the end o' the month, an' there could be trouble."
Overlander is a name that is synonymous with drover and that starts with the letter "o." Specifically, the term in question calls to mind Australians. It designates stockpersons who particularly are adept at the movement of livestock. An overlander in fact is a drover who specializes in long-distance relocations of such livestock as cattle and sheep into new regions.
This company makes emu oil products. I have a box of their Emu Oil and the address on it is Stockman and Drover PO Box 4594SS GPO Melbourne Victoria I checked and the postcode of Melbourne is 3000 So I think their complete address should be: Stockman and Drover PO Box 4594SS GPO Melbourne VICTORIA 3000 AUSTRALIA
Shawn Drover has: Played himself in "Gigantour" in 2006. Played Himself - Drums in "Megadeth: That One Night - Live in Buenos Aires" in 2007. Performed in "Gigantour 2" in 2008. Played Himself - Drummer in "Megadeth Blood in the Water: Live in San Diego" in 2009. Played Drums, percussion in "Megadeth: Countdown to Extinction - Live" in 2013.
The term Drover has meant someone who works in the Outback regions of Australia. They usually ride a horse and 'drove' Cattle from the cattle stations in the outback of Queensland to the ships waiting for the cattle in the Northern Territory. They are similar to cowboys of the olden days but Drovers still work right up to the present day simply because the work is there and some people like the wide open spaces…